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CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 3:30pm EDT
the games like west virginia and duke. and i'm a big fan of coach gates. but i think west virginia is pretty good too. anyone can win. >> the whole tournament was wild. before you know it, you're training hard and getting ready tort nba draft. when did you start that train something. >> i'm going to the final four and coming back on monday and well as i want to improve myself. >> malcom from virginia tech is going to put his name in and come back to virginia tech. would you do that advice for that? >> i know all the fans at virginia tech are going crazy because he might leave. it will help him to get better. he's going to work out against guys -- he might work out against guys that are the best guards in the country. so that will help him. and if he comes back it's going to help virginia tech. it's good to test the waters, understanding that if nobody really wants me -- if nobody wants him to get drafted, they may take him or they may not. >> and they get a good look at you for next year. >> right. all you have to do is work hard. i think malcom is going to be a great player. and i think w
FOX News
Apr 2, 2010 10:00pm EDT
. first, a different health care bill was signed last month. not at the white house, but in virginia. virginia governor mcdonnell signed into law that bars the federal government forcing virginians to buy health insurance. he on the record about his state's battle against the federal government. you also have been the attorney general so you knee job pretty well. did you consult with the attorney general when he made his decision to file suit? >> i did. he advised me he had been doing the legal research over the last couple of months about this claim. and we both believed that individual mandate passed by the united states congress is not authorized under the commerce clause of the united states constitution. and so we think it is not a proper act on the people of virginia. we passed a bill during the course of this last general assembly session that went into effect to weeks -- two weeks ago tonight says it is not permissible to force the citizens of virginia to purchase health insurance under penalty of law. we've got standing under that new end actment that i signed today. that's
CBS
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
are reported to authorities. >>> virginia governor bob mcdonald get a bizarre warning in the form of a letter from an anti-government group. in fact, government officers are on alert tonight after receiving letters calling for them to step down orising being removed. in fact, at least 30 governors got the letters which don't make any specific threat of violence. they were sent by a group called the guardians of free republics and the fbi is investigating. >>> new at 11:00, a day long police standoff is over in alexandria. and the man who held police at bay is dead. no word yet on whether he killed himself. but police never did fire their weapons. this morning, authorities showed up at an apartment build tog evict that man. -- building to evict that man. officers heard gunfire. no reports of anyone else being hurt. >>> now metro riders are asking why they are just finding out about a rape that happened two months ago. back in february, a woman was getting into her car at the south garage and someone raped her and stole her car. six days later they found the car. duffy was in it with a 13-year-
WETA
Apr 2, 2010 8:30pm EDT
. >> there are big oil fields all over south texas and south louisiana. off the coast of virginia and south carolina, there is no oil field on shore there. why do you think they're going to be oil field offshore? >> so why bother? the governor of virginia loves the idea, thinking jobs. so virginia's two democratic senators did maryland's two democratic senators do not like it. >> we know that there is a time, saudi arabia of oil in alaska, largely untouched anwr remains shut. if we started in 1996 when clinton shut it down, we would have 1 million barrels a day, 5% of our entire consumption, 10% of our imports. the oil is in the west, and that is why it is so odd. >> it is interesting that the oil and gas industry actually seemed pleased by this. of course they would like more, but they are pleased by this, while the republican leadership in congress is sort of pooh- poohing it. i think there is a lot of stuff in this proposal that has not gotten much attention. they are talking about opening up some solar stuff in the desert that would be the equivalent of 30 cold-fired -- colt-fired utility plants
Univision
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
principalmente en florida, virginia, mississippi, alabama y louisiana.. dicho yeso ha sido vinculado a provocar la corrosion de alambrado, de computadoras, de unidades de ventilacion, y hasta joyeria, ademas de provocar posibles problemas de salud... pasajeros de vuelos internacionales experimentaran nuevas medidas de seguridad... es lo que anuncio el departamento de seguridad interna, como resultado del fallido ataque terrorista por parte de un nigeriano contra un avion estadounidense en pleno vuelo la navidad pasada... claudia uceda nos cuenta como estas nuevas regulaciones podrian afectar a los pasajeros... el departamento de seguridad interna anuncio nuevas medidas de seguridad para los vuelos internacionales que aterrizen en el pais... ahora se examinara el perfil del pasajero y no la nacionalidad! "el terrorismo ya no tiene nacionalidad ahora mucho se influyen y puede ser hasta hispano o anglosajon..." la secretaria de seguridad interna explico que la lista negra de pasajeros sospechosos de actos terroristas seguira en vigor pero ah
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 7:30pm EDT
performance for him in blacksberg, virginia, against virginia tech. went 8 innings of shutout basable against the hokeys. and his e.r.a. coming into the came, 13th best in the acc at 2.97. facing a very powerful miami team here. and a groundball snared by the 1st baseman kroker. thrown to 1st and lopez did not apply the tag on the speedy zeke devoss. and more controversy in the gables. >> wicho: i think that's partially the inexperience of carlos lopez. take a look. good play by the 1st baseman here. did not look like it was too mentr, lotting his tart at base. we'll tahere, jaso that throw and at first glance to looks like it got away. lopez getting his second start at 1st base. i think it's just one of those situations where you are not there. it looks like he could have stayed on the bag and it would have been a much easier play. even though i think the bag would still slide. for the second time in the the ballgame this will go in the hurricanes' favor. looks like the wrong call was made. >> jason: great job by the 3rd baseman kroker to field that sharply hit groundball. so the hurricanes
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 8:00am EDT
luck finally changed when he was offered a job as a newspaper reporter on the virginia city territorial enterprise. virginia city was the next town up from carson city. eureka, he said, his luck had changed at last. the enterprise was the liveliest newspaper between st. louis and san francisco. twain fit right in, besides assorted miners, and other desert rats, the town was home to a full contingent of prostitutes, called herdy gerdy girls. and gun slingers, by the names of six finger pete. twain spent the next two years reporting and sometimes inventing the news. he thoroughly enjoyed himself, usually at other people's expense, but his habit of creative reporting finally got him into trouble one day when arrival newspaper editor challenged him to a due em. twain preferred to avoid con flick, he didn't have time to fit a duel just then and besides, he had been drunk when he wrote the offending story. instead of fighting the duel, he left virginia city and came to san francisco, where much against his desires, he finally took a job on another newspaper, the morning call. san francisco ha
ABC
Apr 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
degrees. warmer to the west, 80 in west virginia, roanoke with 78 degrees. tomorrow, the system will clear the region, and easter sunday has high temperatures in the mid 70's. home opener at nationals park monday afternoon. wind out of the south tonight, 5 to 10 mph. no worry about the overcast. scattered clouds, 50's into 60's, and by the afternoon, uond 70 degrees. here's the outlook, showing temperatures going into the 80's tuesday, 80 wednesday, shower chance on thursday, cooler by the end of theee overall, great weather for the cherry blossoms. >> spring training is over in florida for the washington nationals. we will show you how things are >> the toyota sports segment, brought to you by your local toyota dealer. >> one interesting roster move before the national kick things off will involve garrett, winning the no. 5 starters position. syracuse has the start of the season. and a final tuneup before ening day, we've got the first pitch, boston red sox in town for this one. kevin going to the yard, 2-0 red sox. very next inning, j.d. drew again launching a towering blast to the upper
CBS
Apr 3, 2010 8:00am EDT
and west virginia? cbs sports analysts will join to us t t,,,,,,,, mm . >>> you see me in a suit all the time. >> i heard something totally different. you what happeneded to wear your giants footsies. you said . there was an art. >>> good morning, i'm gigi barnett. police in harford county bust up a major marijuana drug ring, the detectives arrest 13 people and there's still searching for antonio boston, the ring leader and the detectives say that the drug dealers used a house in arizona and then brought the drugs here in aberdeen. they seized 250 pounds of marijuana. >> the police are asking for your help as they search for a missing 10-year-old boy. he was last scene at 600 cherry hill road in the shopping center there. police say he's 4'3" and he weighs about 65 pounds. detectives say anyone with information call 911. >>> and doctors say that howard county executive should go home after he underwent facial surgery yesterday. his spokesperson says they repaired a ruptured artery in his nose. this is after he suffered a nose bleed that made his blood pressure drop. >>> here's a look
CBS
Apr 3, 2010 8:00am EDT
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CBS
Apr 3, 2010 6:00am EDT
their semifinal games blue devils are favored in west virginia. and the mount -- against the mountaineers in west virginia. the mountaineers are in the final four for the first time in 51 years. don't miss the game tonight. see the butler bulldogs against the spar tans. it all kicks off at 6:00 p.m. on wjz-13. >> well, i pick west virginia. >> well, they're close enough and we saw weijia jiang went to west virginia and she's from the area and you can root for the team that's closest without routeing for the acc if routeing for duke pains you. >> and west virginia hasn't been in it for so long. >> and at least make the loss for morgan more tolerable. >> right. that's how i look at it. >> well, yeah. >> 6:00, maybe you've done all you want to do outside and if not, the weather will be phenomenal and a lot of people around the inner harbor and the espn zone, they're all watching it and march madness will be in full swing there. it will be a nice weekend and get outside and enjoy it for a minute. 48 degrees now and we're going to be going up to 30 degrees from where we are now. and the forecast high,
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 7:30am EDT
in the "the new york times" -- back to the telephones. virginia, charlie on our line for independents. are there any signs of the recovery? caller: it is difficult to say. the peninsula is typical shielded because of the military force that is present in the area. the jobs into cycle in and out fairly consistently, but when i looked at the classified ads, there are more ads in the paper. there are a majority that are looking for temporary jobs. host: what kind of temporary jobs are we talking about? caller: lot of these are toward the service industry. it is taxis and so they're looking for help with that. i personal -- is tax season and they are looking for help with that. our manufacturing base is shrinking and our country is headed toward the service industry. host: from the wall street journal this morning -- also this morning from the associated press, talking about this morning's weekly radio address from the republicans. in their weekly internet and radio address, kevin mccarthy of california says, creating more federal agencies and putting taxpayers on the hook for more bailou
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 10:00am EDT
and applause] it is my great pleasure to welcome you all to northern virginia community college. [applause] last week, our president signed a health care bill that will provide quality, affordable care to millions of americans. [applause] today, we are here to celebrate another historic piece of legislation, one that will make a college education a a a reality for millions of middle- class americans. -- flintoff isikoff a college education a reality for millions of middle class of -- one that will make a college education a reality for millions of middle- class americans [applause] to many american families, they have had to take on crushing debt to pursue a college degree. i see every day in my classroom just how hard my students work in order to pay their tuition bills. often, their family budgets are stretched to the limit and when things get tough -- someone loses a job or a family member gets sick -- a college education is the first thing to go. thanks to the leadership of president obama, our vice president, and members of congress here today, their malaise across the country will fi
ABC
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
hopkins will try to not fall below 500. >>> virginia visits maryland. two years ago they lost their top ranking at college park and last year they played an overtime game there. >>> a lot of home games. ohio state, delaware, and sonny brooks visits unpc. >>> the tournament starts tomorrow with the final four taking place. michigan state just after 6:00. duke and west virginia around 8:45. that's press box sports report. ♪ [ male announcer ] achievement: has big plans. ♪ achievement: plays well with others. ♪ achievement: loves getting its hands dirty. ♪ achievement: is ready for the world. that's why pnc created grow up great®, our 10-year, 100-million-dollar program committed to early education and helping achievement start young. pnc. for the achiever in us all. and it's something that you think about. we try to be conscious of that and plan out our meals so that we can feed everyone on a budget. at giant, we know saving money is important. every time you shop with your card, you can enjoy thousands of real deal savings and weekly specials. like super g spiral sliced ham, $1.
FOX News
Apr 3, 2010 7:00am EDT
morganitate over virginia. they got it right in the end year they will submit my backet for me. >> they are going to boat their dad, yes . >> one more theng for you guys. >>> and can we hear go duke. >> go duke. i knew they had something special. fitzgerald and hanon and conner and gaven. thanks for being here. see you guys. believe it or not another super tuesday coming up. how the primaries could affect the november elections in a live report. >> he left hollywood for the white behite and - house . why actor cal penn is saying see you later. to 1600 pennsylvania. why is lubriderm® daily moisture a favorite among dermatologists? one reason, lubriderm® daily moisture contains the same nutrients natural found in healthy skin. lubriderm® moisture matches the moisture in your skin. kin accepts it better. absorbs it better. and has its natural balance restored for a clinically shown 24 hours. for skin that lks and feels truly comfortable. dermatologist developed lubriderm®. your moisture matched. go online to save $2 on lubriderm ® products like new intense skin repair ointmen
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 9:30am EDT
or may not get the same level of coverage. host: roanoke virginia, republican line. one person that called in was harsh against elected officials. but she does not seem harsh yet. whether you projecting the expenditure on? the government has no money to give out to people. state tax s. that is their revenue. -- a tax us. that is their revenue. where are you people going to get this money from? china? guest: a point that has not been made through much of the health- care debates. one can say that as it relates to health care benefits, many can say it is a positive. but from whether the overall legislation is fiscally sustainable, there is a question about that. there are a lot of provisions in this legislation in order to pay for the cost of this legislation that at best, of wishful thinking, and at worst, smoke in mirrors in terms of whether or not the money will actually materialize. looking down the road, that could be a very serious thing for our policy makers to have to contemplate. citizens should be concerned about it rightfully. host: some for some 500 companies sponsor
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 12:30pm EDT
possible. a year and a half ago i moved to virginia. i have been a very thirsty for any afghan projects that have been going on here. i have not really found many. for instance, there are a few poetry clubs that afghan have made, which in part of, but, do you have any focus on the afghans that are here, uniting them, and giving the project to do here? >> thank you. one of the things that you are benefiting from is the very qualified afghans serving the embassy. we work with a number of afghan organizations on cultural events. we know that the potential for these afghans to do more is enormous. a number of them have formed their own groups, smaller groups that get involved in a lobbying efforts or business development. as i mentioned, one of the purposes of this foundation is to really bring all of these independent cells together and form a synergy between these different capabilities, and also to give afghans a place to go and to know what is going on better than what they have a right now. >> yes please, in the front. >> i am an independent consultant. i have two questions with regard
ABC
Apr 3, 2010 6:30pm EDT
. >> reporter: today five young americans sit in a pakistani jail 7,000 miles from their virginia homes. they are either homegrown american terrorists or, as their families insist, innocent students who wanted to help fellow muslims. late last year the men flew from virginia to the crowded, dangerous city of karachi where senior al qaeda leaders have been captured in daytime shootouts. pakistani police say the five set off along this road to try and join a terror group launching attacks in pakistan and afghanistan against u.s. forces. their first attempt, jasha muhammad, muhammad's army suspected of beheading "wall street journal" reporter daniel pearl. police say that group turned them down, so the men got back on the road and tried to join yet another terror group, lashkar-e-taiba. the army of the pure. in pakistan lashkar-e-taiba openly preaches violence and in afghanistan they kill u.s. troops. >> the l.e.t. has put the world on notice that they intend to escalate the carnage and spread it worldwide. >> reporter: but police say because the five have no local references, lashkar-e-ta
NBC
Apr 3, 2010 6:00am EDT
to the south and west over the virginia piedmont. and then out to the eastern shore, 40 as well. and 48 out into the bwi airport right now. let's look at what is happening across the area. a big area of warmth coming across the midwest and that's expanding eastward and that's what we are looking forward to for the next three or four days, so a nice-looking forecast if you enjoy warm temperatures. enjoy the outdoors. satellite radar shot of the east shows some of the high clouds starting to move into the appellation area right now, and even over towards central virginia area, towards the eastern shore. there is a cold front off to the west. that will make its way eastward over the next 12 hours or so and will impact the forecast, not so much as far as rain. and high pressure remains in control, keeping the temperatures on the warm side. the front will work its way towards the mountains and then die out. look at this on future cast. most of the dynamics of the form system will be well to the north and west of us, and that's where the bulk of the rain will be. cannot rule out a spotty look at
CSPAN
Apr 2, 2010 10:00pm EDT
we've seen five young men from virginia turn up in pakistan on their way to the father. we continue to see a trickle of individuals of somali ancestry heading for east africa. so while i think that we are doing well, you know, the nature of the threat is always changing. .. i wondered, you tended to use the word violent extremism, words like islamist never came out of your mouth during your speech. and some people think that the obama administration has turned its back and not taken the war on terrorism, if may use that term, as seriously as the result of the fact that you don't talk about role of islam. reminds me of when rob litak led the way with term rogue state. rogue reg geem. and i helped to do that, too and mind one albright said let's not use that term anymore. is the trace of language a way of communicating to the muslim world, quote on quote, that islam is not the issue even though there are extremists who are muslim? is that the purpose? >> i get this question with every appearance. i think that the best way to put it is that the issues of what constitutes true islam and
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 2:00am EDT
. it will take a while before we see the first pharaoh. host: how long? guest: virginia will probably be the first state to move forward. they have been very anxious to get going. we will start looking sooner than later in the western atlantic. the further you get of short -- that is another point. you are taking some of the resources off the table a third of the minimum. it gets more expensive. we will have to see. it will not be immediate. you start getting the testing done and planning of people. it takes time. it is a positive development. thousands of new jobs and millions in revenue that we did not have. we will improve paying the deficit. it will be a win. >> this will be domestic production. how much domestic offshore production is there now? guest: about a third is produced in the gulf of mexico oil and gas. we have three or 4000 rigs. it is a big operation. we have been doing it for a very long time. we are really good at it. according to the middle management service, 11000 of 1% are from the offshore operation. this is much better than the natural seepage from the ocean. t
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 9:30am EDT
for some smaller magazines like the virginia quarterly review or missouri review and personal essays which -- about my personal experience, my thoughts about people that don't normally go into a daily story because i am being more reflective. >> give an example. >> there's one story in the book about war orphaned children. ice spoke about the process of taking them for lunch every day, and rolling them at school and problems when i left. and how to continue that. i created some expectations that i felt obligated to attempt to fulfill. >> who is funding all of this? >> some are funded out of pocket. many of them were funded by knight rider newspaper. >> this book, a chronicle of friendship and war in cobble, does it cover all seven trips? >> it does. >> walk us through it. >> the initial chapters are just my emerging into the country in 2001 and my reaction to that. and a return in 2002 which was the beginning of the hamid karzai government. the process involved where he was assuming the leadership of the country and in future years i did and in bed and followed up when the country started
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 11:00am EDT
the virginia festival of the book, rebecca on the best selling immortal life of henry and not wax. on afterwards president reagan's ambassador to the ussr and mchale gorbachev's role in bringing down the soviet empire. his book is superpower in the visions and nell irvin painter on inventing the idea of a white race in the history of white people. find the entire weekend schedule that booktv.org and follow us on twitter. >> from the 2010 festival of books lynne olsen discusses her book citizens of london. the americans who stood with britain in its darkest, finest hour. the professor of journalism at the university of arizona is the moderator of the event. >> my name is lord rosenblum. welcome to the second annual tucson festival of books on this fabulous day. it is only march and it is not yet 130 degrees. i grew up here. i love it. i want to say something about -- i want to thank the judge for making this possible and the want to add my appreciation for all the work behind this amazing festival. if anyone thinks books are dying just look at the mobs outside. any cellphone that r
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 12:00pm EDT
book tv from the virginia festival of the books, >> a group of holocaust survivors read from the letters and diary entries. the u.s. holocaust memorial museum here in washington is the host of this two-hour talk. >> good afternoon and welcome to today's program, "jewish responses to persecution, volume i, 1933-1938". which is organized by the museum center for advanced holocaust studies. my name is robert and i director of university programs here at the center. to learn more about the activities including the centers, please take advantage of the mature is available in books for sale outside the theater. in 2003 the center and doctorate its jewish study initiative. this effort aims to finally change the way in which the holocaust is dented, todd and ultimately understood that by focusing attention on the survival and study of jewish source materials, and activities during the nokia, as well as remarkable efforts to rebuild the jewish world after the war, this addition of attempts with the study of jewish life. during and immediately following the period of the assault. this
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 2:00pm EDT
reviews have fine minds. virginia woolf who wrote who i think every week during a certain period of her life wrote book reviews and signed. i don't like to do anything unsigned particularly that is not especially well played except when the pay is good. how does and as a differ from a lesser notice of a book? it is very simple it seems to me. it differs in the way art differs from what is not. that is to say it should be shapely. it should be deep as well as personal. the personal is often attached. this is perhaps the noblest function of book reviewing and i think it is what we should aim for even if we only have 500 words which i have had in my lifetime and i am sure you have. if we achieve it our work will be no more in need of defending than a poem or a novel. if you think your situation is tough, considered dance reviewing which is the other thing that i do. thank you very much. [applause] >> good evening. i have had the pleasure of chairing the lifetime achievement award committee for several years. this evening i am reminded of a conversation with michael curtis a few years back.
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 3:00pm EDT
such as the virginia quarterly review submitting personal essays, some of which were about my personal experiences in afghanistan. my thoughts about people and the country. thoughts that normally don't go into a daily story. the more reflective. >> give an example. >> for example, there is one story in the book about some children that bro and i took under our wing. i talk about the process of getting to know them, taking them to lunch every day, and rolling them in school, and the problems i faced when i left and had started this process with them and how to continue that because i created expectations for them that i felt obligated to attend to. >> to was funding all of these trips? >> some were funded out of my pocket. many of them were funded by the newspaper. >> this book, "the khaarijee", what time does it cover? all seven trips? >> it does. yes. >> what does the ridge. >> the initial chapters are just, you know, my emersion into the country in 2001, and my reaction to that. and then i return in 2002, which was the beginning of the karzai government. the process involved where he was assumin
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 12:00am EDT
is the right amount of care? host: west virginia, republican. caller: i would like to ask, why is obama trying to sell this health care plan? i cannot understand why he sells this program when the party owns it? thank you. thank you. guest: i think he is asking what are they trying to sell right now? the democrats are hoping that this legislation will give them a boost in november when not be a real drag on them and cause them to lose office and seats in the house or the senate. public opinion has been very divided on this legislation. they hope it will swing in their direction when people get these details. it will prove more costly than the cbo as estimated over time. it may not swing in the democrats' favor. some have been saying this is not what we should be doing at this time when we have deficits and other problems. they hope that this will swing in their favor and they will gain some seats. some are saying this is what is. to happen in the next few years. they hope that public opinion will swing in their favor. host: what takes effect immediately in this guest: healthcare bi healthcare
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 8:00am EDT
. you can read more about both of them on their respective websites. back to the phones. from virginia for republicans. good morning. caller: good morning. thanks for coming in. one of you said well, we have time to work on this and turn it around. i've never believed that. if you take care of business now and start this now, later, it will be better. everybody stops driving the car when gas prices went through the roof. when it is fixed, they start driving again and burning fuel the same way again. i read through the healthcare bill as much as i could understand. it's not really scarry to me but it seems to me a little bit of a socialist grab. i guess for people out there that don't have insurance that could use it. that's a huge expense. i'd like to see if any of you can justify what the benefits are compared to the cost. thank you. >> andrew biggs? guest: i'll start with a point you made towards the end that was if we have time for this. i remember back in the bush efforts. people were saying you are crisismongering. we have the same issue here. we are not in the crisis yet but the
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 6:30pm EDT
. there are little things. when the state of virginia put its driver's license process online -- and this is a great thing. you do not have to go to the dmv to stand in line anymore. i spent most of my time working in new jersey and new york. you can go on line and see all of your property tax things for your car and home. it is terrific. it makes doing business with the government's so much easier. government can encourage adoption by doing those things and using the tools are available. the broadband plan focuses on that -- using it in education and conserve the energy, using it to improve our transportation system, accusing it in order to improve the delivery of health care services. the government's role in encouraging the use of this technology and updating government is a terrific thing. government can also play a role if the private sector is not reaching some of the citizens. it can try to make sure that those citizens are reached. i do not think anybody suggests it is wise to keep them out of this system or offline soda speak. we do not want a digital divide. traditionally, we have had univ
CBS
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
state followed by west virginia duke. winners meet monday night for the title. you can also see that here on wjz. zack schroder makes a run for the net, all tied at 12. about a minute to go they go toover to overtime. less than a minute in, georgetown scores. >>> rene hopkins on the left, jones jr. on the right. both at 175 pounds. they square off in the ring tomorrow night. this is a rematch of their first meeting that jones won 17 years ago. hopkins is now 45, jones is 41. and he called hopkins an old man. i wouldn't call either it's definitely expensive having a growing family. and it's something that you think about. we try to be conscious of that and plan out our meals so that we can feed everyone on a budget. at giant, we know saving money is important. every time you shop with your card, you can enjoy thousands of real deal savings and weekly specials. like super g spiral sliced ham, $1.28 a pound, and beef rib roast, $4.99 a pound. this weekend only. it makes me feel good because we're saving money. and that works for me. only with your giant card. - bread. - laundry de
ABC
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
is working to make virginia a national energy leader. the commonwealth is the second larger importer of electricity in the u.s. coming up on abc 7 news, pope benedict directs his ire at the uses again. you want to hear what you said, especially if you are jewish. >> he walks in and says this is my best day ever. >> heart broken parents after their son is killed at disney world. news tonight, what the newly released 9-1-1 thames reveal. breaking news from daniels dance. tonight the contestant is getting death threats. >> the holiday weekend movie guid your pet makes lots of friends. but there's e little friend you don't want him to meet. the flea. just one in your home can turn into thousands-fast, infesting carpets, furniture, even your bed. to stop an infestation, ask for frontline plus. it quickly kills fleas, their eggs, and larvae-even ticks. it's waterproof. and one dose lasts all month long. fleas are nobody's friends. ask for the vet's #1 choice for dogs and >> breaking news from alexandria where a 12-hour long barricade situation has come to an end. this has been going on sin
FOX
Apr 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
expectations. >>> number three, thousands of u.s. homes including some in virginia built with tainted chinese drywall should be gutted. that is the word from the consumerproduct safety commission. it corrodes wiring and computer units and health effects. >>> airport screening is stepped up for every flight coming into the u.s. everyone will be screened and some will be patted down. the changes come from the failed christmas day bombing on a fright to detroit. >>> and for the first time in three years the u.s. job market grew 162,000 jobs. however a good number of the jobs are temporary jobs and overall the unemployment rate is unchanged at 9.7%. and that is tonight's fox 5 top five. >>> you might notice changes at the beach. the board walk renovated. new wood decking, more lighting, drinking fountains. crews completed the bulk of the work. federal stimulus dollars helped to pay for that. >> nice. about the beach. good time to go this weekend. >>> it will be cooler in the 60s along the beach. they are -- will have the onshore flow and more clouds out there. so stay here. this is the place to b
FOX
Apr 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
virginia and duke play later this evening in a marquee match-up with the first game just under way. michin state spartans are making the second straight trip to the final 4. they are playing cinderella. butler playing in the hometown. just getting out of the early round was a victory in itself. >> we are fortunate to beat murray state. if we would have lost it would have been successful year. you get a chance to play in the tournament from a nondcf league. that is a heck of an accomplishment. when you can do it because you played near to perfection during your conference season or you have won your conference tournament. right then and there, that is a success. >> on the ice tonight in colorado are the capitals. >> lots of good stuff going on. i love this time of year. >> thanks for that. >> we didn't have one last weather word. we have to say good-bye. lots of sunshine and back at 11 with more weather. bye-bye. 
NBC
Apr 3, 2010 5:30am EDT
. >> reporter: cap city is taking its spent grain and giving them to a farmer in gainsville, virginia to feed his cattle. >> we pay him $100 a month in gas to get it from us. >> reporter: for cap city it is a start. the major breweries are going even farther. they are capturing the co 2 creating by fermentation. if you look at e tanks, you can recapture that the co2 and not only use it in the brewing process but as a heating element for the brewery. >> reporter: also taking the spent biomass from the soggy grains and turning it into ethanol. >> they are selling 1.5 million gallons of ethanol to refineries that they are mixing it with gasoline. >> smaller breweries are 100% wind powered and some using full cells to operate. >> solar power and fuel cell technology for the small brewers is easier and the larger brewers are paying attention and seeing their applications for them to use as well. >> reporter: americans consume 7 billion gallons of beer a year. that's also a lot of cans and bottles, anheuser-busch is recycling 700 billion cans a year. consumers need to get the spent cans and bottles
NBC
Apr 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
pad are endless. i teach at elementary school in blacksburg, virginia. we are using i-touches in the classroom for reading instruction and having the larger format of the ipad will be wonderful for classroom applications. >> basic ipad will cost $500 or an advanced one for $800. >>> employers are starting to hire again, but in modest numbers. as brian moar reports, president obama says the latest job's report is not good enough. >> job fairs. they are still big business in this topsy-turfy economy. the latest department number shows there are reasons for these job seekers to keep on looking. >> last month for the first time in more than two years our economy created a substantial number of jobs instead of losing them. we've begun to reverse the devastating slide, but we have a long way to g to repair the damage from this recession. >> employers added 162,000 jobs last month, but with 15 million americans still out of work, republicans say washington isn't helping. >> americans are rightfully asking, where are the jobs? at this time of high unemployment when we need to focus on jobs we should n
MSNBC
Apr 3, 2010 9:00am EDT
to iowa, virginia, maine, north carolina, any coincidence there? >> reporter: you mean in terms of the politics? >> in terms of the states. >> reporter: yeah, iowa, the home of chuck grassley, he was a top senator, republican, on the finance committee. remember last year, when they were negotiating that health care bill, he was behind closed door is with max baucus, nothing came of it. maine, olympia snowe there, the republican that many thought would come along with democrats, of course no republicans did in passing health care. north carolina a state that turned blue for barack obama in 2008, something they'd like to see happen again in 2012. always a political cal indication that goes into appearances. we expect the president traveling the country, promoting the law of health care reform as well as efforts he's making and the administration are making to improve the economy. >> mike viqueira at the white house. >>> well, now to the latest twist in the tiger woods comeback. always something, right? now, us weekly reporting that tiger's wife elin might, might, go to the masts a
FOX News
Apr 3, 2010 12:00pm EDT
in charleston, west virginia. you are lucky if you get that on the fourth of july. certainly not closer to the fourth of april. these kinds of numbers are with us. not that high today but still extremely warm. the northeast looking good. dry conditions. most of the rivers above flood stage dropping below flood stage today. that is the good news. a little bit of rain back towards the west. this will all continue to be here today but it is going to waken before it moves toward the northeast so i don't think we will be talking about any rain around the area, shannon, maybe at least for about a week and that is great news. >> wonderful news. thank you very much, rick, for the update. >> you bet. >> shannon: from questionable republican international committee funds spent at a racy los angeles nightclub that led to the firing of a staff 20 calls for michael steele to resign it has been a tough week for the rnc and much of the criticism lodged at steele. >> michael steele was not there. he didn't know about it and wouldn't have known about it and i can tell you from the phone conversation i h
NBC
Apr 3, 2010 9:00am EDT
that targets video game makers as well. >>> a wildcat related to the lion is on the loose in northern virginia. it's a 20-pound cat that escaped from the leesburg animal park on wednesday. take a look at the picture. it's a medium-sized african wildcat that is similar to the cheetah. it's spotted like you see there, and it's wearing a harness. it was hand raised and not considered a threat to resides, but people are urged not to approach it because it's easy scared and will likely run away. if you see the cat you are asked to call animal control. >>> two rapes, and why one agency waited months to tell people about it. >>> we will talk about whether tiger has a shot at repairing his representation. >>> it's a busy weekend for the easter bunny. why suddenly he is donning scuba gear. >>> monday morning, timeto get rolling with the easter egg roll. don't worry if you did not get tickets, we'll take you there live. and take me to the ball game, and if you don't care about the ga >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "news4 today." i am kimberly suiters. >> we will take a look at the headlines in a
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 8:30am EDT
he went back to virginia city after his first speaking tour and got some fame, his old friends decided to turn the tables on him and they disguised themselves as road agents and held him up one night and took all his money and his gold watch, and left him in his underwear standing in literally dry gule much, and the next night, when they had a party and gave money and his gold watch back to him, he got so mad, he wait a second out, went all the way -- walked out, went all the way back to san francisco, so he had no sense of humor, except where other people were involved, which i think you could probably say for a lot of comedians and humorists. yes? >> i was trying to think of someone in the 20th century who might have been a mark twain and will rogers came to mind. he was probably the closest. in his humor and in his writings. >> right. yeah. i think you're totally right. will rogers, of course, like mark twain, was a midwesterner, and kind of a westerner. as well. and yeah, he was -- they were very -- they were similar, although i think -- i'm trying to remember the quote tha
CSPAN
Apr 3, 2010 1:30pm EDT
young men from virginia turn up in pakistan on their way to the fatah. we continue to see a trickle of individuals, somalian ancestry heading to east africa. so while i think that we are doing well, you know, the nature of the threat is always changing. >> thank you. let's open it up now for comments and, questions from the floor. if speakers could please identify themselves and wait for the microphone. we have the first question here in the front row with raymond tanter. >> hi. ray tanter, georgetown university. ambassador benjamin, thank you for your service to our country and our outstanding presentation. i wondered, you tended to use the word violent extremism, words like islamist never came out of your mouth during your speech. and some people think that the obama administration has turned its back and not taken the war on terrorism, if may use that term, as seriously as the result of the fact that you don't talk about role of islam. reminds me of when rob litak led the way with term rogue state. rogue reg geem. madeleine albright said letgs@ goá"&@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ y&' is that t
FOX News
Apr 3, 2010 10:00am EDT
a big deal around here the off shore drilling in virginia. that deal was already in the work. in fact the department. intear i don't remember pushed that back in 2012 and canceled leases in alaska, the most productive in alaska, the area that you talked about off the gulf of mexico that is going to be allowed leases, that's subject to congressional approval. so, what obama did, he gave up nothing and he hopes to get this cap and trade which is going to be a big tax monster. >> another tax monster we should say. >> brenda: pat, at least we're getting some drilling? >> we're getting some drilling. it's not like it's going to do much for us, the amount of oil that comes in is going to take-- oil is a global traded commodity and people think that just because oil is close guy it's somehow cheaper. it's got nothing to affect it uniota. >> brenda: i've got to get toby in here, we're squeezed for time. >> i don't have much to say, but here is the point. >> brenda: what? >> where the actual big wells are which is is california and florida, then this is the most bogus offer i've seen since, yo
FOX News
Apr 3, 2010 2:00pm EDT
're trying to gin up the base and enthusiasm for what happened in virginia, new jersey and massachusettsments they could be thinking that way, but i think the republicans are saying hold tight we're going to do well in november and we'll come back with more numbers and fight the battles. why should we fight them now. >> if they oppose these things some may fear we may not get as many gains as we want. that's the debate the republicans are going to be having. okay, when we come back, the legal challenges to obama care. 15 states are suing, saying the new law is unconstitutional. do they have a case? most people try to get rid of algae, and we're trying to grow it. the algae are very beautiful. they come in blue or red, golden, green. algae could be converted into biofuels... that we could someday run our cars on. in using algae to form biofuels, we're not competing with the food supply. and they absorb co2, so they help solve the greenhouse problem, as well. we're making a big commitment to finding out... just how much algae can help to meet... the fuel demands of the world. >> well, obama ca
WETA
Apr 3, 2010 12:30am EDT
high school in alexandria, virginia, the students come here-- to the college and career center-- to talk strategy. >> did you hear back from any of the colleges other than mary washington? >> reporter: choosing a college is their first challenge. paying the bill is another problem altogether. >> i'm ready for it. if i have to, then sure, why not. >> reporter: senior farishta boura says she's willing to take out loans to pay for pricey george washington university. >> knowledge is something that i can invest in, and never lose money on. >> reporter: her classmate haset solomon feels the same way. >> i have to finance my education somehow. my parents won't be able to pay for it. so it's my education, my responsibility. >> reporter: two-thirds of undergraduates borrow money for college, and paying tuition this year may be especially tough. a record number of students in the u.s. are already taking out government loans, and in the 2008-2009 school year, they borrowed 25% more than the year before. sarah bauder is the financial aid director at the university of maryland, where the n
NBC
Apr 3, 2010 6:30pm EDT
news, virginia, it's an easy decision. >> it's just best for us to move on. >> reporter: but it's not so easy for homeowners like the sanches or schultz family of new orleans. their homes were among tens of thousands during the housing boom and the '05 post-hurricane reconstruction frenzy that used chinese drywall when other sources ran out. now despite a growing anecdotal collection of health threats, there's been no proven report between chinese drywall and health problems. but the damage to the house is real and the recommended fix dramatic. to replace all possible problem drywall, electrical components and wiring, gas service piping and sprinkler systems. in other words, to essentially gut the house if chinese drywall was used. average cost over six figures. there's tough talk about who pays. >> the deep pockets of the chinese government are going to have to make all of these poor homeowners whole. >> reporter: but saying it won't make it so. and class action lawsuits that have now been filed in at least two states an only hope for a payment by a chinese manufacturer. so whi
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